Effect of Dietary Substitution of Durian Seed Starch for Broken Rice on Productive Performance in Broiler

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Wiwat Waramit
Saranrat Phuangborisut
Wittawas Wetchagool
Vorapis Phattapanit

Abstract

The experiment was conducted to determine the effect of dietary substitution of durian seed starch for broken rice on productive performance in 120 broilers at the age 0 – 35 days old. Completely Randomized Design (CRD) was used in this experiment which was divided into 3 treatments (control, substitution of durian seed starch for broken rice at 2 and 4 percentage in ration) with 4 replications for each treatment and 10 birds for each replication. All treatments were fed with layer diets containing the same level of energy and protein. The results showed that at 7 - 35 days substitution of durian seed starch, 4 percentage treatment had average body weight gained higher than control group at significant difference (P<0.05) but no difference in 2 percentage substitution group. Moreover, 2 and 4 percentage substitution groups had no effect on productive performance in broiler for average body weight gained (at 7 – 21 and 21 - 35 days), average feed intake, feed conversion ratio and survival rate throughout the experiment period (7 - 35 days).

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Waramit, W., Phuangborisut, S., Wetchagool, W., & Phattapanit, V. (2021). Effect of Dietary Substitution of Durian Seed Starch for Broken Rice on Productive Performance in Broiler. Prawarun Agricultural Journal, 13(2), 149-157. Retrieved from https://li01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pajrmu/article/view/249232
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